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CONTENTS 

HAWK'S 

1983-84 

YEARBOOK 



University Of Maryland Eastern Sliore 

Princess Anne, Maryland 

21853 



Contents 


Page 1 


Chancellor In Action 


2 


Dedication 


3 


Underclassmen 


4 


Seniors 


17 


Greek Organizations 


30 


Social Organizations 


40 


Coronation 


41 


Homecoming Scenes 


49 


Ethnic Festival 


54 


Hotel Restaurant Management 


56 


Health Fair 


58 


Art Exhibition 


60 


People 


62 


Sports 


66 



LIFE OF A 
CHANCELLOR 

Our 
Chancellor William P. Hytche 




'A SITUATIONAL ADDRESS' 



"ENDING AN ERA"- 100 
YEARS IN 1986 




V 

SCOPING THE SITUATION" 



"ENDING AN ERA" - Dr. MOSES VAUGHN, UPON 
RETIREMENT 



DEDICATION 
CONGRATULATIONS 

And 

BEST WISHES 



To The Class 
Of 

1984 



From 

The Class Of 85 

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Faculty 

Administra tion 

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Mauwiya Abden 
Dawn Alexander 
Kingsley Annan 
Karen Armstrong 



Pamela Ashford 
Charlotte Ayers 
Francis Azagidi 
Constance Barksdale 



Letitia Baynard 
Linda Beal 
Quentin Borders 
Llovd Bowser 





Veronica Briscoe 
Meredith Britton 
Carol Braswell 
Demetrius Brown 




Regina Brown 



Velvet Brown 




Lori Butler 



Gordon Canty 



Patricia Bulls 




Mark Buchanan 




Frederick Byrd 



Michelle Carter 





Ryan Carter 
Sabrina Clayton 



Cynthia Colbert 
Senior 

Lenox Coles 
Senior 

Kimberly Colombel 
Senior 



Diedre Coon 
Junior 

Katanza Cooper 
Junior 

Thomas Cooper 
Sophomore 



Maurice Cotton 
Sophomore 

William Cutillo 
Sophomore 

Anthony Davis 
Sophomore 



Brenda Davis 
Sophomore 

Dwayne Davis 
Sophomore 

Linda Davis 
Sophomore 




Harinder Dhindsa 
Junior' 

Charles Dorsey 
Freshman 

Warren Dowdy 
Sophomore 



Michael Dunn 
Freshman 

Elicia Edwards 
Junior 

Sharon Edwards 
Freshman 



Pius Efobi 
Junior 

Jasper Fisher 
Junior 

Jacqueline Facey 
Junior 



Kim Flanagan 
Freshman 

Soretta Fletcher 
Junior 

Leslee Fletcher 
Junior 



Margaret Foster 
Junior 



Sybil Gaines 
Karen Galloway 
Wavie Gibson 



Robyn Gourick 
Alphonso Custer 
Dennis Hackett 



Henrietta Hairston 
Carol Harmon 
Charles Harrigan 



Debbie Hammond 
Glenn Hayes 
Glen Hicks 



Cheryl Holley 
John Ibik 
Cassandra Jackson 




Melody LaChance 
Freshman 




Edmund Lee 
Sophomore 

Kim Lee 
Sophomore 

Cynthia Lilly 
Junior 



Tammy Lomax 
Junior 

Betty Lopez 
Freshman 

Cheryl Mack 
Junior 



Valerie James 
Junior 

Delphine Johnson 
Freshman 

Karen Johnson 
Junior 

Laura Johson 
Freshman 



Ingrid Matthews 
Freshman 

Carlton McCullough 
Sophomore 

Chiquita Mckinnon 
Freshman 

Cheryl McPhail 
Freshman 



Afsanel Melatparasl 
Sophomore 

Josephine Milbourne 
Junior 

Debra Miles 
Junior 



Sylvester Mitchell 
Junior 

Monica Thomas 
Freshman 




Rosemary Mosca 
Freshman 



Lourdes Munson 
Freshman 

Jacqueline Nelson 
Sophomore 

Jeanette Northam 
Freshman 



Valerie Norwood 
Freshman 

Margaret Palmer 
Freshman 

Lisa Parson 
Sophomore 




Alexander Peaker 
Junior 

Herald Pearsall 
Junior 

Emma Perry 
Junior 



Danita Peters 
Sophomore 

Isaac Pinckens 
Junior 

Marc Pixley 
Freshman 





Judy Powell 
Freshman 

Karen Powell 
Junior 

Granette Proctor 
Freshman 



Robert Rodgers 
Sophomore 

Pamela Robertson 
Freshman 

Frank Rogers 
Freshman 




Donald B. Ross Jr 
Sophomore 

Alisa Rouse 
Freshman 

Victor Rouse 
Freshman 





Bchnda Russell 
Freshman 

Bryan Samuels 
Junior 

Robin Searles 
Freshman 



Bertina Sellman 
Freshman 



Shamon Shine 
Freshman 



Doraethia Shorter 
Junior 




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Brigetta Smith 
Freshman 

Eric Smith 
Freshman 




Monfredia Smith 
Freshman 

Timothy Smith 
Sophomore 





Valerie J. Spencer 
Freshman 

Daniel A. Stewart 
Junior 



Vi- Ki Taylor 
Freshman 

Jerry Thomas 
Freshman 



Diana Thompson 
Freshman 

Gregory Thompson 
Sophomore 



Michelle Thompson 
Freshman 

Angela Thurman 
Freshman 



Kenneth Tilghman 
Junior 

Eric Torain 
Sophomore 




Kevin Tull 
Freshman 

Wyndetta Valentine 
Freshman 





Thomas Van Landingham 
Freshman 

Sajeer Viswanathen 
Freshman 

Cynthia Wagonhoffer 
Sophomore 

Tyrone Watkins 
Junior 



Patrice West 
Freshman 

Carolyn Wheeler 
Freshman 

Michele White 
Freshman 

Lisa Wigfall 
Freshman 



Linda Wiles 
Sophomore 

Arthur Williams 
Sophomore 




Betty Williams 
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Jeanean Willis 
Junior 

Sarah Wilson 
Sophmore 





David Addison 



Tanza Alfred 



Karen Black 




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Kenneth Fooks 



Ronald Garrett 



Alfred Gibbs 




James Greene 



Leslie Halsey 



Deidre Wilkerson 




Kalrina Hinton 



Greylind James 



Sharon Johnson 




Glendon Jones 



James Jones 



Larry Jones 




Lisa McAfee 



Larry McCullough 



Jamie Medlin 




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Yvette White 



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Joseph Young 



Roger Williamson 



Keith West 




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Howard Rogers 



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The Alumni of the 60's will long remember the dynamic and superb 
lectures of Dr. Vernon W. Stone in the Department of Business and Eco- 
nomics. Their esteem for Dr. Stone so penetrated their lives, they decided to 
establish a scholarship fund in his honor. Spearheaded by Faith Stevens 
and other local alumni, the dream became a reality on May 19, 1984 when 
Dr. Stone, his wife, and daughter flew in from Atlanta, Georgia for the 
banquet in his honor and to formally establish the Vernon W. Stone Schol- 
arship. 

It was like the "old days" - a room full of alumni, old and new faculty, 
community well-wishers, all relishing every word of this great educator. 
The atmosphere was moist with love and fond memories. It was as if the 60's 
had returned to UMES. 




First Scholarship Recipient, Mr Warren Wood 



Art for the Humanist 



FOND 
MEMORIES! 








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THE QUEEN'S COURT 



Miss Senior 

Miss Deidre Johnson 




Miss Junior 

Miss Doreathia Shorter 




From 1. to r. 

Mr. Senior 

Mr. Eric Spencer 

Mr. Junior 

Mr. Kingsley Annan 

Mr. Sophomore 

Mr. Donald B. Ross Jr. 

Mr. Freshman 

Mr. Richard McDonald 



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Miss Sophomore' 
Miss Odette Wynter 



Miss Freshman 

Miss Robyn Renee Gourick 





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Miss Commuter's Association 
Janice Collins 



Miss Campus Pals 
Lisa Larcene Parson 



Miss Publications 
Leslie Patrice Halsey 





Miss Recruitment Club 
Linds Ivette Merrit 




Miss Residence Life 
Portia P. Dennis 



Miss Frederick Douglas Library 
Jacqueline Facey 




Miss Drama Society 
Lisa Denise McAfee 



Miss Gormel Services 
Monica Rene Duncan 



Miss Education Club 
Lu Ann Taylor 





liss Human Ecology Club 
Bonnie Barnes 




Miss Caribbean Internat;l Club 
Vere Beverly Edgehill 



Miss Cheerleader 
Archel Dianne Johnson 




Miss Eta Rho Mu 

Hospitality Student Foundation 

Michelle Dillon 



Miss Groove Phi Groove 
Barbara Laynette Thomas 



Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Elizabeth Michele Pickeral 




Miss Phi Beta Sigma 
Teresa Louise Austin 



Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 
Orvetta Bronical Dennis 





Miss Omega Psi Phi 
Phvlis Nadine White 



Miss Delta Sigma Theta 
Lynette Shelley 



Miss English 
Sharrie Faulcon 





Miss Alumni 
Louise Diane Gaile 



Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Joan Carroll 



Miss Aqua Extravaganza 
Lois Cottman 




Miss Sandra Dean Smith 



The Crowning of the New Queen. 



Her royal stroll through the sable arches. 





Miss UMES 1982-83 
Greta Elliot 



Miss UMES and her handsome escort Mr. Robert 
Crossling 



HOMECOMING 



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Ms. Valerie Watts 
Alumni Association President 



Alumni Re-orientation 




The Chancellor chats at the reception for the alumni. 



ETHNIC 




FESTIVAL 




Ethnic fashions were modeled. Miss UMES modeUng one of the out- Celeste shows some African Fash- 

fits, ions. 




The festival was a campus/ community project. Students from foreign area.-:; proudly modeled their dress. 



FUN 




A parade of fashions. 



FOR ALL 




Familiar faces participated during the 
event. 



Faculty and administration were seen, enjoying the festivities. 



HOSPITALITY 




Computer technology in the hotel business. 



Mixed drinks of all sorts. 




A chance to find out what is going on. 



May I try some? 




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Culinary talents were displayed. 



WEEK 




A chance to taste your favorite beer ... or choose one. 





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Students and friends joined the occasion. 




HEALTH 



Let's discuss your health. 




Nurse Creighton was available for counseling. 




FOR 



GOOD 



Taking a little blood. 



FAIR 




A chance to check your blood pressure. 




Open wide, and say aaaH. 



YOUR 



HEALTH 




The Fair even had facilities to check your eyes. 




Meeting of the creative minds. 



ART 




Many came out to look at the display. 





The art exhibit was a display of works 
J by campus students. 



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I wonder what it is supposed to be? 




PEOPLE 




I understand. Do you? 



One big happy, Alpha family. 




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A scene from the physics class. 



UMES is a "givmg school." 




Being studious is always the answer. 




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This is how you do the problem. 



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A scene from fashion merchandising. 





That note is C not D. 



Photography is just a pasttime. 




Learning is the key to many unopened doors. 





I got that shot! 



Library time is important. 




You can accept the challenge. 



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Study groups always helped. 




This is how you wheel and deal! 



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A typical classroom scene. 




PAN-Hellenic Council 



Senior Class President 




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Sophomore Class Council 




The University of Maryland Eastern Shore Drill Team 



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IJMES Concert Choir 



UMES Gospel Choir 





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Human Ecology Club 





We waited 

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But only the few seen showed. 




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The whole choir really gets into it. 








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light sounds. 




A gift for an excellent performance. 



A story was told through music. 



HONORS CONVOCATION 





CALENDAR GIRL 
PAGEANT '84 




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BATHING SUIT 
COMPETITION 




'ROBYN" 



•DIANA' 




'LISA' 



'AFFIE' 



'INGRID" 




'SABRINA" 



"JOY' 



CASUAL WEAR 




'THE TWINS, BRENDA AND LINDA" 



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CLASSY 





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ENTERTAINMENT 




Carlton and Larry, "The McCuUough Brothers" 



Etta shows great style. 




Patricia joins in, with much expression. 



LOOK OUT! 




Calendar Girl Finalists: Joy, Ingrid, and Af- 
fie 



Miss Calendar Girl '84, receives her 
trophy from Eunice Bedminster, 
Pageant Coordinator for the Schol- 
arship Foundation at UMES 

Ms Gourick was crowned and 
robed by Miss Calendar Girl '83, Ms 
Monica Duncan Boney 





Four ladies representing the 
judges' choice, although all the 
contestants should consider 
themselves winners because of 
their excellent display of charm 
and talent. 



A PRESIDENTIAL 
CANDIDATE 




Rev. Jesse Jackson 



VISITS UMES 




Maria C. Scoll and Chancellor Hytche 



He generated energy 




He made us laugh 




History was made at UMES 



N.A.A.C.P. 




Dedicated Members 





N.A.A.C.P. 

VISITS 

THE 

HAITIAN 

CAMPS 



Members of the UMES Chapter of N.A.A.C.P. prepare for trip to a Haitian 
camp in Somerset County. 



The chapter was involved in several com- 
munity activities this year. These included 
voter registration, financial assistance to 
churches, enlightening the community as to 
what membership can offer. Campus activi- 
ties included the Freedom Ball, Voter Reg- 
istration, Bible Study and a Year-End Par- 
ty. 




Paul holds one of the little Haitian 
children. 



Members view a movie about Martin L. King with the Haitians 



VOTER REGISTRATION 



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The Voter Registration Campaign carried 
members to many key areas in the County. The 
goal was to increase minority registration. 



WALK ON WASHINGTON 




Dr. Ewers and Dr. Rich were among the guest speakers the 
campus chapter invited for monthly meetings. The topic of 
discussion on this occasion was The Walk on Washington in 
1963 and the Walk on Washington in August '83 



. . . TWENTY YEARS AGO 



N.A.A.C.P. 
T5TH 
JUBILEE 




We strongly believe in the principles of this great organization. 




A panoramic view of sponsors of the celebration. 



WE GIVE . . . 




The UMES Basketball Team Bible Study was headed by past presi- 
dent Janmichael Graine. 

. . . AND WE RECEIVE 




The chapter received donations and assistance from many of the 
Greek organizations on the "Yard": Phi Beta Sigma gave a charita- 
ble donation and behind the scenes were Omega Psi Phi, Zeta Phi 
Beta, Delta Sigma Theta, and Groove Phi Groove. 



ATHLETICS 




Dr. Leon M. Coursey 
Athletic Director 



Coach Ian Daley 
Track 




Coach Alan Cassell 
Baseball 



Coach George Carbart 
Asst. Men's Basketball 




Coach Germaine McAuley 
Women's Basketball 





Coach Craig Cotton 

Sports Information Director 




Coach Kirkland Hall 
Head Basketball Coach 



DEDICATION 



MEN'S BASKETBALL 




The Hawks Men's Basketball Team 




DARYL 



JOHN 



LARRY 




"DONNELL' 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL 



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LAST, BUT NOT LEAST 




Friendship Is Essential To Tlie Soul 





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Larry McCullough. Class President 



Class Gift (Building's Name over entrance) 





'This is very important' 



Til tell you how I managed to 'graduate' this year" 



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Dr. Cynthia Perry, Guest Speaker 



Dr. John S. Toll. President, University of Maryland 





Dr. William P. Hytche, Chancellor, UMES 



Mr. A. Paul Mos.s, Member Board of Regents 



HONORARY 

DEGREE 
RECIPIENTS 

Dr Cynthia S. Perry 

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore bes- 
towed an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree upon 
Cynthia Shepard Perry in recognition of her out- 
standing accomplishments with the Peace Corps, 
the U.S. Information Services, and with AID. She 
presently holds a key international appointment un- 
der the authorization of Vice-President Bush, the 
title being Chief, Education and Human Resources 
Division, Bureau of Africa, Agency for International 
Development. The UMES campus is one of the affili- 
ates of AID, working in several major research pro- 
jects in Agriculture, including exchange of faculty 
and students. 

Ms Alice G. Pinderhughes 

The University of Maryland Eastern Shore recog- 
nized a well-known Maryland educator in the person 
of Alice G. Pinderhughes, Superintendent of Balti- 
more City Public Schools. Recognition was long 
overdue, for Alice Pinderhughes has spent many, 
many years in the education of youth, both as a 
teacher and as a supervisor. She knows the inuen- 
does of an excellent educational system and because 
of her concern for youth and their future, many 
Baltimoreans have passed through our doors. For 
this reason and for the many innovations she has 
spearheaded in education, the University bestowed 
upon her the Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree. 

Dr. Vernon W. Stone 

A Doctor of Letters Degree was very appropriate- 
ly bestowed upon Dr. Vernon W. Stone for his many 
years of excellence in the field of education and the 
arts. For those who had the pleasure of sitting under 
his tutelage the memory will never be forgotten. His 
talent was not just in the classroom, but spanned 
many areas of expertise. At present, Dr. Stone is 
Professor of Education in the College of Education 
at Georgia State University. 





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HONOR 



DESERVED 




GRADUATES 

'84 





CANDID 





MOVING 

TOWARD 

THE 

CENTENNIAL 

IN 

1986 



SPECIAL THANKS 




It is pleasant to be at this point in the production of the 
Yearbook. Only you who have worked with Yearbooks can 
appreciate the feeling. So you read and critique our re- 
sults, think first of the time and hard work that was invest- 
ed by a small staff of "faithfuls", namely, Stephanie, Eric, 
Dave, Kimberly, Larry, and D.A., before you "crunch" on 
us too extensively. Remember, Yearbooks are a labor of 
love and a patriotic concern for the image of our Universi- 
ty. Our pay for this effort is the end product - the Year- 
book. 

I am most appreciative to Mr. Thomas Wiles for his 
patience with us and the students during the photography 
sessions, and to Ms. Dorothy Waters our advisor for her 
work with the final product. 

If you like what you have viewed, we will be happy, if 
you don't we understand. Criticism gives reason for im- 
provement and facets for the '85 editor to work upon. So 
best wishes to the new editor; you will need it. 

Sincerely, 

Karen A. Powell 
Editor 1983-84 



IN MEMOR Y OF 
LORRAINE 



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She left unexpectedly, 

To a world we all hope to be better. 

While she was here she shed light on our years, 
And while she is gone many of us shed our tears. 

The place seems strange without you 
But in your memory, we shall pursue 
All those dreams we held so true 



She left so unexpectedly. 



Author Unknown 



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